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The meet addressed issues relating to the obligations under the Montreal Protocol, the laws relating to control of production, use, export and import, the smuggling scenario, methods to combat illegal trade and methods of identification of substances.
K.M. Nair, Additional Director-General, NACEN, Southern Region, outlining the objectives of the workshop attended by 18-trainee officers drawn from Coast Guard, Customs Chemical Laboratory, Customs and Central Excise, said the meeting highlighted the importance of the role played by customs officials guarding the economic boundaries through sea, land and air routes. The programme was organised by the NACEN, apex training institution in India imparting training to customs, central excise and narcotics and other agencies within the country and abroad and the Ozone Cell of the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests, nodal unit to implement the Montreal Protocol in India, a signatory country and monitored and funded by the UNEP.
T.R. Rustagi, Chief Commissioner of Customs, and K. Parasuraman, Chief Commissioner of Customs (Preventive), Tamil Nadu, addressed the trainees.
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